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RED isn’t the supreme color of the rainbow

By Yamamoto Momoka | Rising Sun Vol. XCI No. 8 Oct. 4, 2019 Have you experienced being racially discriminated? Recently, Senator Nancy Binay expressed her support for the Comprehensive Anti-Discrimination Act of 2019 authored by Sonny Angara, a fellow senator. A victim of discrimination herself [READ MORE]

I love my job, I love my job

By Vic Bas | amm blahkmey Vol. XCI No. 8 Oct. 4, 2019 A pupil in the classroom is asked to stand up and answer a question. “What do you want to be when you grow up?” the tall woman holding a pen and class record asked. “When I grow up, I want to be a teacher,” the pupil answered. One of [READ MORE]

Haze of hazing

BIG BAYBE By Kevin Q. Alaban | Associate Editor Vol. XCIII No. 7 Sept. 27, 2019 Hazing is defined as any action taken or any situation created intentionally that causes embarrassment, harassment or ridicule and risks emotional or physical harm to any person regardless of that person’s willingness [READ MORE]

When the youth overpowered our childish leaders

SENYOR TIRADOR By Zane Esparaga | Photojournalist Vol. XCIII No. 7 Sept. 27, 2019 We all know that there is something wrong when children act like leaders and leaders act like children. Yes, you read it right. At this point in time, we see children bringing their battles on the streets or in any [READ MORE]

Incognizance and the Fool

By Hervey Angelo F. Avenido | Cartoonist Vol. XCI No. 7 Sept. 13, 2019 For years, people have been recording experiences and knowledge on tomes and memoirs that have served as guideposts for the future generation. Information that can lead to breakthroughs in science, or maybe even help change [READ MORE]